A&E Television Networks announced Wednesday that on Sept. 11, it will
interrupt its regular programming at 8:46 a.m., when the first of the hijacked
airliners struck the World Trade Center last fall, and then fade to black.
During the subsequent hour and 43 minutes, each of the AETN services --
A&E Network, Historey Channel, The Biography Channel and History
International -- will run a scroll of the names of all the victims at the Twin
Towers, the Pentagon and the airliner that crashed in Pennsylvania.
That continuous scroll of names will run uninterrupted and commercial-free,